Smart contracts? Cartesi Speaks The Language of Linux

Posted by henke54 on Feb 15, 2021 3:41 AM EST
techbullion; By Angela Scott-Briggs
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Running smart contracts on a deterministic Linux runtime has never before been possible. For the first time, developers will have an entire operating system for smart contracts.

Cartesi is a platform enabling developers to use a wide variety of Linux-supported programming languages, tools, libraries, software, and services to build DApps with. The products offered by Cartesi remove the limitations currently faced by blockchain developers and allow anyone to build computationally intensive DApps that would otherwise be impossible or too expensive to execute on-chain, all with software tools that are normally available for a full Linux operating system.

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